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Trillium work party tackles tansy ragwort

Volunteers Tom Cahill and Ted Ravetz of the Whidbey Camano Land Trust remove tansy ragwort at the Trillium Community Forest.  - Contributed photo
Volunteers Tom Cahill and Ted Ravetz of the Whidbey Camano Land Trust remove tansy ragwort at the Trillium Community Forest.
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Volunteers Tom Cahill and Ted Ravetz of the Whidbey Camano Land Trust remove tansy ragwort at the Trillium Community Forest. They were among the many volunteers who attended a work party to remove the plant, which is toxic to livestock. Its removal from the trail sides and roadway at Trillium has been deemed a top priority. The noxious weed is a yellow-flowering plant and can be seen growing along Highway 525. To learn about volunteer opportunities with Whidbey Camano Land Trust, visit www.wclt.org or call 360-222-3310.

 

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